Recent cultural shifts across the United States, have sparked record movement throughout the country.

After two years of pandemic lockdowns, US citizens are making changes to their jobs and where they call home.

Of the nearly 9 million movers since the start of the pandemic, roughly 28% moved to the Sunshine state.

Some estimates predict that Florida will have nearly 1,000 new residents per day in the foreseen future.

The movers are drawn to the weather, no income tax policy, and an appealing job market. The state’s population is now over 21 million and climbing.

This mass migration is excellent news for the Florida economy, which has been struggling since the pandemic hit in 2020.

However, it does put a strain on the state’s infrastructure. The roads are congested, schools are overcrowded, and housing prices are soaring. T

To accommodate the influx of people, Florida will need to create more jobs.

The good news is that there is a high demand for EB-3unskilled workers in the state.

These are construction, hospitality, and restaurant industry jobs that require no college degree or previous experience.

If you are interested in securing an EB3 Visa / Green Card to work in Florida fill out our form to begin the steps to permanent US residency.

Need for EB3 Hospitality and Construction Workers in Miami and Orlando to Accommodate Tourists

Aside from permanent movers, the state of Florida has continued to be a popular vacation destination in the United States.

Of all Florida’s cities and beaches, Miami and Orlando have always been in high demand for a spring breakers or a weekend getaway.

The lockdown has enhanced this trend with many Americans from land-locked states itching to travel somewhere warm.

It is expected that this tourism surge will hold true for years to come presenting many opportunities for EB3 workers.

Miami and Orlando specifically are in need of several unskilled laborers to work restaurant and construction jobs.

Many popular restaurants and bars are failing to keep up with the influx of visitors creating unpleasant experiences for customers.

Furthermore, EB3 hospitality workers are needed to staff hotels and ensure all Florida tourists have adequate accommodations.

The construction industry is also booming in South Florida as the city struggles to keep up with housing demand.

The average rent for an apartment in Miami has increased nearly 20% since 2019 and shows no signs of slowing down.

New construction projects are being announced daily to try and meet this housing need. Skilled and unskilled EB3 workers are in high demand to help with these construction projects.

If you are an immigrant interested in securing an EB3 Visa to work in Florida, fill out our form to begin the steps to permanent US residency. Our team will help guide you through each step of the process and answer any questions that come up along the way.

Earning an EB3 Visa to Work in Florida

The process of earning an EB-3 Visa to work in Florida involves 3 major steps taking roughly 18 months in total.

Step 1:

The PERM Labor Certification.

This is the first and most important step in the process. The employer must file a PERM application with the Department of Labor (DOL) to certify that there are no US workers who are able, willing, qualified, and available to take the position being offered to the foreign worker.

Step 2:

Our team files an I-140 Petition with USCIS.

Step 3:

The I-485 Adjustment of Status Petition with USCIS

Step 4:

Move to the US and begin working your EB3 Job in Florida!

This is an exciting time to be looking for EB-03 employment in Florida!

The state’s economy is on the rebound and there are plenty of opportunities for those with the right skillset.

If you have further questions about how you can apply for an EB3 Green Card, contact us today.

Our team of experts will respond within 24 hours and help guide you on your process to US citizenship. Don’t miss out on your chance to live and work in the Sunshine state! Apply today!

Green Card (EB-3 Visa) for Unskilled and Low Skilled Workers

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